Corona Virus in Texas Information

  • Above, is the link to the Texas Department of State Health Services website ( dmf: extract of article below ). It tracks the Coronavirus cases in the State of Texas, and shows by county where they are located. It is updated each day at noon central time. In a state with a population of 27,700,000, there are confirmed cases of the Coronavirus.
    See the RealTime CoronaCase Dashboard for current statistics.

    Non-DSHS Simple Visual Graphical Review:

  • Simple Visual Corona-Virus Policies Explanation

  • Very Respectfully;  Cmdr Dennis Birchall (Accredited), VCSO

    Texas COVID-19 Dashboard
    Use the below RealTime link for most current data

    RealTime Tx Corona Cases

    1DSHS will update the state case count each day by noon Central Time.
    2Patient may be undergoing treatment in facilities in other counties.
    3Does not include repatriation cases.

    The Texas Department of State Health Services is tracking cases of the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19. DSHS will update the state case count each day by noon Central Time. There was an error in the initial Saturday, March 14 count for Gregg County. It has been corrected to show one case in a Gregg County resident.

    Public health departments are working to identify any close contacts of the patients while they were sick so they can be isolated and monitored for symptoms and quickly tested, if needed.

    DSHS, the Texas Division of Emergency Management, and other state agencies continue their ongoing preparations so that all of state government is working together to limit the spread of the virus and protect Texans.

    There are simple steps everyone can take to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses like COVID-19:

    Minimizing exposure is especially important for people who are 65 or older or who have an underlying health condition like heart disease, lung disease, diabetes, high blood pressure or cancer. People in those groups have a higher risk of developing severe disease if they do get COVID-19, and the safest thing for them during an outbreak will be to stay home as much as possible and minimize close contact with other people. To get ready, they should talk to their doctor about getting additional prescription medications and have enough household items and groceries on hand to stay home as needed.

    DSHS has additional information on the COVID-19 for the public, health care professionals, health departments and labs at

    RealTime Tx Corona Cases

    News releases on COVID-19